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On 100 gr without glaze 192.5 kcal/ 7.2 proteins / 2.8 fats / 34.5 carbs
For the kulich we need:
flour 100g (rice 50, wheat c / s 50)
natural yogurt 2% 110 gr
milk 1% 60 ml
dried apricots 30 gr
egg 1 pc
baking powder 0.5 tsp
1 orange peel
Whisk the egg until white, add the yogurt and milk, beat a little more, add the flour with the baking powder and stir well, and add the dried fruit and finely grated orange zest. For those who have little sweetness, you can add a sweetener or any sweetener to taste.
Pour the dough into a mold and put in a preheated oven for 40 minutes at 180 gr.
The icing is very airy, but it does not freeze.
Glaze can be made according to your taste.
This option is suitable if lubricated before serving, it is just like a weightless cloud, very airy.
egg white 1 pc
2 tsp lemon juice
part-time tablespoons of honey
Whisk the whites with lemon juice, add honey and continue to beat until the honey is dissolved.
Gluten free Kulich
Flour (gluten-free mix) 120 g
Flour (corn) 20 g
Sugar (cane) 20 g
Baking Powder 10 g
Seeds (chia) 10 g
Soy milk 120 ml
Coconut milk 50 ml
Vanilla (liquid) 1 tsp.
Salt 1 g
1. Combine all the ingredients in the form and mix with a mixer until smooth;
2. Put the ready dough into molds and bake at 190 degrees for 15 minutes;
3. On request, decorate the finished cake with fudge and sugar topping.
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1. Mix almond flour with warm butter, egg and honey. Knead tight plastic dough. Use your hands to distribute the base into a baking dish and tamp to a thickness of 5 mm. Knock the base with a fork and bake for 20 minutes in the oven at 200 ° C until golden brown is formed.
2. While the base is baked, beat the components of the filling to a creamy consistency. How much to put honey, lime juice and mint, decide, focusing on your taste.
3. Pour the mass into the chilled “basket” of almond dough, garnish with fresh berries and mint leaves, and put in the freezer for 20-30 minutes so that the filling grabs.
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easier to make yourself than to find in the store. To start, soak the almonds: pour a cup of nuts with water and leave for 12 hours. After that, rinse the nuts and send to a blender by adding three to four cups of water and a pinch of salt. Beat to get a mixture, the consistency of a liquid cream, and then strain. Milk can sweeten or add vanilla to it.
Flour – 1 cup
Cocoa powder – ½ cup
Salt – ¼ cup
Baking Powder – 2 tsp.
Ripe avocado – 1 pc.
Small ripe bananas – 2 pcs.
Liquid honey or agave nectar – ¼ cup + 2 tbsp.
Coconut oil – 1/4 cup
Almond milk – 1 cup
Vinegar – 1 tbsp.
Vanilla extract – 2 tsp.
How to cook:
Put bananas and avocados in a large bowl, mash them. Add honey (or agave nectar), vanilla extract, coconut oil, mix. Mix the almond milk with vinegar, let stand for two minutes, then pour it into a bowl and whisk. Add baking powder, stir vigorously again. Sift cocoa powder, salt and flour and mix with the other ingredients.
Try the dough – you might want to add more honey.
Pour into a greased and oiled form. Bake in an oven preheated to 180 ° C for 45–50 minutes. Allow the cake to cool before serving.
This fabulous vegetarian dessert makes sweet coconut sugar and agave nectar. The latter is sweeter than usual sugar approximately one and a half times, so it only needs two spoons. Natural sweetener – coconut sugar – is obtained from the juice of inflorescences of coconut palm, it has a rich caramel flavor.
60 minutes of cooking time
Whole wheat flour 1 glass
Almond flour 1/2 cup
Coconut sugar 1/4 cup
Soybean oil 1/3 cup
Seeds chia 1 tbsp
Water 3 tbsp
Apricots 10 pcs.
Lemon juice 1/2 pcs.
Agave nectar or honey 2 tbsp.
Vanilla extract 1/2 tsp.
Almond 1/4 cup
1.Preheat oven to 190 degrees.
2.Combine flour and coconut sugar. Stir in the oil to them.
3.Soak the chia seeds in water for a few minutes and add to the dough.
4.Mix lemon juice, honey and vanilla extract.
5.Spread the dough evenly in a round shape to make a large basket. Bake the base for 8-10 minutes. Then take out, put the quarters of apricots in with the skin down and fill them with a sweet mixture. Return the desert to the oven for another 25 minutes.
6.Remove the cake again to sprinkle it with chopped almonds, and bake another 20 minutes until golden brown.
2. Pistachio Cranberry Cookies
Each of these mouth-watering cookies contains only half a teaspoon of honey. Plus, if you find ready-made dried cranberries, they will already be slightly sweetened.
30 minutes of cooking time
Whole grain wheat flour 3/4 cup
Oatmeal 3 / 4 cup
Pistachios 1/4 cup
Dried cranberries 1 / 4 cup
Baking powder 1.5 tsp.
Ground cinnamon 1.5 tsp.
Coconut oil 2 tsp.
Eggs 1 pcs.
Vanilla extract 1 tsp.
Honey 1/2 cup
1.Preheat oven to 160 degrees.
Mix dry ingredients in one bowl: flour, flakes, cinnamon, salt and baking powder. In another container, they are liquid: melted coconut oil (heat for 10–15 seconds in a microwave), a large egg, vanilla extract, and honey.
2.Pour the flour mixture into the egg and whisk in a blender. Add chopped raw pistachios and cranberries.
3.Grease a baking sheet with a thin layer of butter, divide the dough into 24 pieces and give the biscuits a rounded shape.
4.Bake dessert for 12-15 minutes.
3. Almond Cocktail with Pumpkin
You can use honey or organic maple syrup to make this delicate pumpkin nut cocktail. This sweetener from sugar, red or black maple has a light woody flavor. Gather it almost the same as our birch sap. The liquid is then concentrated by evaporation and nothing more is added to it.
5 minutes of cooking time
Unsweetened almond milk 1,5 glasses
Honey or maple syrup 1 Art.
Pumpkin puree 1/2 cup
Seeds flax 2 Art.
Ice a few cubes
1.Bake the pumpkin and mash in a blender.
2.Add the remaining ingredients and whisk again until smooth. Done!
4. Ginger-Plum Pie with Ricotta
The sweetness of this beautiful dessert without sugar is due to honey and ripe plums. In the latter, besides natural sugars (fructose, glucose and sucrose), there is a sea of vitamins and other nutrients necessary for the body.
60 minutes of cooking time
Ricotta 1 cup
Low-fat cottage cheese 1 glass
Honey 1/4 cup
Egg whites 2 pcs.
Coconut flour 1 tbsp.
Vanilla extract 1 tsp.
Plums 4 pcs.
Ground ginger bit
1.Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
2.Whisk ricotta, cottage cheese, egg whites, honey, flour and vanilla extract in a blender to a creamy state. By the way, instead of a spoonful of coconut flour, you can use two spoons of wheat or oatmeal.
2.Lightly lubricate the round shape with oil and pour curd cream there. Put sliced plums on top and sprinkle with ground ginger.
3.Bake the cake for 40-45 minutes, then let it cool at room temperature and refrigerate for at least eight hours.
5. Walnut truffles in coconut
Cashew truffles melting in your mouth will make you forget about harmful candies. In this simple recipe for 15 sweets there is only two spoons of honey.
15 minutes of cooking time
Cashew nut oil 1/2 cup
Honey 2 tbsp.
Oat bran 1/2 cup
Coconut chips 3 tbsp.
1.To get started, try to find in online stores natural cashew butter, tender, literally melting nut paste in your mouth.
2.Mix butter, honey and bran and blind 15 balls from the resulting mass.
3.Pour the coconut chips into a dry plate and roll the truffles in it. To harden them, put them in the freezer.
6. Peach Pie
The main ingredients of this amazing cake are dates and peaches, which contain large amounts of natural sugar.
180 minutes of cooking time
Coconut shavings 1 cup
Pecan Nuts 3/4 cup
Dates or prunes 8-20 pcs.
Peaches 6 pcs.
Avocado 1 pc.
Unsweetened 1/4 cup yogurt
Agave nectar 1 tbsp.
Lime juice 1 tbsp.
Chia seeds 1 tbsp.
Mint 7 leaves
1.Crush coconut and pecans in a food processor. Put dates (or prunes) to them and knead. If the dough falls apart, add dried fruit to it until it becomes plastic.
2.Make a basis for the cake from the resulting mass: spread it on the bottom and walls of a deep bowl and put in the fridge for half an hour.
3.To prepare the filling, chop and mix the peaches, avocado, yogurt, agave nectar, lime juice, chia seeds, mint, and salt. Fill in the cooled form with them and send them back to the freezer for two hours. Then cover the cake with plastic wrap.
4.Serve the cake frozen, garnished with fresh mint.
7. Chocolate Peanut Muffins
Choose for these beautiful muffins peanut butter with natural sweeteners. Yes, and honey is better to buy from reputable manufacturers.
45 minutes of cooking time
Honey 2 tbsp.
Coconut oil 3 tbsp.
Peanut Butter 1/2 Cup
Natural cocoa powder 3 tbsp.
Chia seeds 2 tbsp.
Pumpkin seeds 1/3 cup
Pistachios 1/3 cup
Almond 1/3 cup
1/4 cup dried cranberries
1.In a small bowl, mix honey, coconut and peanut butter and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds. Add cocoa, chia seeds and mix thoroughly again.
2.Put pumpkin seeds, nuts and cranberries in the dough.
3.Divide the mass into 12 small molds for muffins and cool them for 30 minutes.
8. Cherry Yogurt Ice Cream
Such ice cream can be eaten every day even for children. Instead of sugar – two spoons of honey and sweet cherry.
195 minutes of cooking time
Cherry pitted 1 cup
Greek yogurt 1 cup
Honey 2 tbsp.
1.Make a cherry puree in a blender. The process should take no more than 30-60 seconds, otherwise the mass may turn out too watery.
2.Mix yogurt and honey, add berry puree to them. Pour this mixture into popsicle molds. And do not forget the sticks. Ice cream should stand in the freezer for at least three hours. To remove plastic from it, just dip it in warm water and gently pull out your cherry dessert.
9. Chickpea Cookies with Sea Salt
We use agave nectar or maple syrup and sweet almond seed oil to make this wholesome chickpea cookie.
60 minutes of cooking time
Chickpeas (ready) 400 g
Almond oil 1/2 cup
Maple syrup or agave nectar 1/3 cup
Vanilla extract 2 tsp.
Salt 1/2 tsp.
Baking powder 1/4 tsp.
Soda 1/4 tsp.
Dark chocolate 1/3 cup
1.Soak chickpeas for the night, boil it, and then dry the peas.
2.Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Grease a baking sheet with a thin layer of butter (or use a cooking spray).
3.Crush chickpeas in a food processor with nut oil, syrup, vanilla extract, salt, baking powder and soda. In a homogeneous mass, pour the grated chocolate.
4.Spread the dough evenly over the baking tray and sprinkle with the remaining chocolate chips (2 tablespoons).
5.Bake cookies for 20-25 minutes and sprinkle with sea salt (or sesame) before serving.
10. Ginger Orange Truffles
In this recipe, sugar is replaced by dates and molasses molasses, one of the few natural sweeteners rich in microelements and vitamins. Sweet and slightly bitter molasses remains in the production of beet or cane sugar.
30 minutes of cooking time
Dates 2 glasses
Ground ginger 1 tsp.
Cinnamon 1/2 tsp.
Almond 1/3 cup
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
Treacle 2 tbsp.
Orange peel 1 tsp.
Freshly squeezed orange juice 1 tbsp.
Dark chocolate 2 glasses
Coconut oil 1 tsp.
1.Remove the bones from the dates (of which, by the way, you can grow date palms at home), remove the orange zest with a small grater, without touching the white layer, and squeeze the juice out of it.
2.Crush dates in a food processor along with ginger, cinnamon, almonds, orange peel and orange juice, vanilla extract and molasses. You should have a thick homogeneous mass, which then needs to be sent to the refrigerator for 20-30 minutes.
3.Roll out the date “dough” 30 small balls. Put them on parchment or wax paper and cool them again – this way they won’t melt when it comes to hot chocolate.
4.Rub dark chocolate without sugar and melt it with coconut oil on low heat (preferably in a water bath), stirring constantly. It is very important not to overheat the chocolate, otherwise it will become too thick and lumps will form in it.
5.Dip the balls in hot chocolate and let them dry on the parchment.
578 kcal / Proteins: 21.2 g /Fats: 49.4 g / Carbs: 22.5 g
Maple Syrup 2 tbsp
Coconut oil 1 tbsp
Coconut 100 g
Almond flour 70 g
Sugar substitute 2 tbsp
4 eggs chicken
Lemon 1 piece
Sea salt pinch
Coconut flour 1 tbsp
1. Preheat oven to 175 degrees.
2. On a stove over a small fire, melt coconut oil, 1 tablespoon of maple syrup, 1 tablespoon of sweetener, add coconut, 50 grams of almond flour (the rest goes to the Kurd), mix thoroughly.
3. Remove from the heat and add the whites from the two eggs (leave the yolks for the Kurd) and salt, stirring constantly. Achieve a uniform consistency. There should be a sticky mass, if it is dry, add another protein.
4. Pour into a mold, level and put in the oven for 10-12 minutes.
5. Kurd. Mix the eggs and the remaining yolks with a mixer at high speed until the mass is smooth and rises.
6. Stir in the squeezed juice of one lemon and the rest of the ingredients, continue to beat a couple more minutes.
7. Pour the mixture onto the base. Sprinkle lightly with coconut flour. Put in the oven for another 16–19 minutes.
8. Watch the condition – the edges should be slightly browned, check the readiness in the center, it should not be liquid.
9. Remove from the oven, let cool and cut into 3 cm strips.
1. Whip the butter, whisk the cheese and sugar together until lightweight. Add egg and vanilla. Mix well. Add gum, both types of flour and starch, mix thoroughly. If you were going to color the dough, then now is the time.
2. Put your mixture in the fridge for about an hour. BUT DO NOT FREEZE! Otherwise it will affect the shape of the cookie.
3. Roll balls of 2.5 cm in diameter from the dough. Give them meatballs and place them on an ungreased pan.
4. Make a well in the center of each cookie with your fingers or some spoon-type kitchenware. I use my fingers, they are easier to wash.
5. Fill the above indentations with jelly or jam. Do not put too many toppings, although this cookie will not rise, it may spill out. Therefore, try to keep the jam from going beyond the recess.
6. Place the stuffed cookies in the preheated oven to 175 ° C and bake for 18-20 minutes or until they are browned below. Let rest on the baking sheet for 5-10 minutes or until the form settles. Then move to a wire grate to cool.
Not only wheat: what else is flour and how is it useful? Briefly about the main thing.
Bread, noodles, pancakes, pasta, dough … Flour is the basis of so many dishes. It is difficult to say what would have happened if we had to remove it from the daily diet. Meanwhile, experts recommend for the sake of beauty and health to abandon products from white wheat flour. What are its alternatives and how are they useful?
Why look for a replacement for wheat flour
This kind of flour is easily digested, but does not contain such nutrients as minerals, vitamins or fiber, so it does not “feed” the body properly.
Its main component is starch or sugar. After eating wheat flour products, we quickly feel hungry again. This leads to an increase in calories. Fortunately, wheat flour, although the most popular, is far from the only one. This is well known to people with celiac disease who, because of the gluten contained in white flour, cannot use it. So what to choose? Which flour is best for baking bread, and from which you can make a great sauce?
This is the best flour for baking bread. It is best to choose the type 2000, 1400 or 750. The type of product is determined by the ash content, i.e. minerals that were burned along with a flour sample. The higher this number, the greater the nutritional value it indicates.
Rye flour contains alkaloids that help reduce cholesterol and reduce the likelihood of atherosclerosis. The lignans present in the product protect against the formation of malignant tumors.
Unlike wheat, rye flour contains less starch, but it is difficult to digest. But after the dishes with her man feels full for a longer time. Rye flour contains many vitamins and minerals that regulate metabolism..
Potato flour (starch)
The potato flour produced by the isolation of starch from potato tubers perfectly absorbs moisture. Due to this property, it is used primarily in cosmetics (for example, as talc). In cooking, potato flour is most often used as a thickener for sauces. Its advantage is the absence of gluten.
Become a “daily bread” for people with gluten intolerance, cornmeal is formed by grinding corn. But the lack of gluten is not its only advantage. Corn powder is rich in fiber and vitamins A, B, E, as well as magnesium and potassium. It prevents the development of diseases such as obesity, heart problems and cancer. Cornmeal is used for biscuits, pancakes, cakes. This is a very good substitute for wheat flour.
Another type of flour, in which zero gluten, is soy, also containing very little starch. But it contains potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, iodine, vitamins A, C, D, E, B (including folic acid). Soy flour is rich in isoflavones, which regulate the female hormones and alleviate the symptoms of menopause. The product reduces the risk of osteoporosis, slows down skin wilting and lowers cholesterol. As for culinary merits, soy flour can be used in pasta, bread, cookies, pancakes.
This powder is obtained by grinding white rice. It contains manganese, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, B vitamins and starch. There is no gluten in it. The product is recommended for allergy sufferers, people with digestive problems, it is good to use when irritating the stomach and diarrhea. Rice flour is used for a variety of pastries and for thickening sauces.
Oatmeal containing only trace amounts of gluten is the result of the grinding process of oat grains. It is rich in fiber, B vitamins, iron, calcium, and unsaturated fatty acids. Such a representative of the “flour family” lowers the level of “bad” cholesterol, preventing its absorption from food, and regulates gastrointestinal motility. Due to its fiber content, it provides a feeling of fullness for a long time. Oatmeal is best for baking
This contains much more easily digestible protein than milk and slows down the aging process. It is also a source of unsaturated fatty acids, known for their ability to help lower cholesterol. This flour is used in the production of pasta, bread and other pastries.
Another product that people with celiac disease can eat is millet flour. It does not contain gluten and at the same time is characterized by a high content of protein, vitamins of group B and mineral salts. Due to the large amount of iron, it is recommended for pregnant women and people with anemia.
The product has warming and antiviral properties; reduces the amount of mucus secreted, which is recommended for cataracts. Millet flour is suitable for baking, pancakes, thickening sauces and soups.
It is made by grinding raw almonds. This flour is an excellent source of vitamins: E, PP, B1, B2, zinc and magnesium. It is characterized by a low glycemic index. Due to the content of vitamin E, the product improves skin condition.
It is recommended for people with allergies to gluten, because it does not contain any. Almond flour is used for sweet pastries (for example, cookies), as a sprinkle of desserts; it is possible to panic in it.
Pea flour is rich in healthy protein, the quality and quantity of which it is not inferior to some varieties of meat. Moreover, it contains a large amount of beneficial vitamins and minerals. Another important advantage of pea flour is the absolute absence of cholesterol. With all this, the cost of this product is more than attractive. Compared to traditional and popular wheat flour, pea flour has a much greater biological value, because it is rich in fiber, pantothenic acid, vitamins A and C, and also minerals – magnesium, zinc, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and iron. In addition, the health benefits of pea flour for human health are due to the content of such vital amino acids as threonine and lysine, as well as pyridoxine, a special substance that regulates the synthesis of these two amino acids. That is why pea flour, as well as dishes prepared from it, are excellent prevention of dermatitis and seizures. Due to the high selenium content, pea flour is a highly effective natural remedy that reliably protects the human body from carcinogens.
Flour contains 19-20% of proteins, 12% of fats and 9-10% of carbohydrates. Coconut proteins contain many essential amino acids that are not produced in the human body or are produced in insufficient quantities. The high protein content in the dried shredded pulp makes it a valuable source of essential amino acids. A positive fact is that coconut proteins do not contain gluten, so the flour from its pulp can be used as an alternative to wheat flour by people who are gluten intolerant. Coconut flour, due to fiber, belongs to the list of products, united by the name “metabolic therapy”. This means that the powder from the pulp of the coconut absorbs on itself the toxic substances accumulated in the intestines, cholesterol, simple sugars. Reducing their absorption in the intestines, this product exhibits hypoglycemic, cholesterol-lowering and detoxification action. Due to the ability to reduce the level of glucose and cholesterol in the blood, as well as due to the high potassium content, coconut flour: helps to reduce blood pressure; has a cardioprotective effect; shows antiarrhythmic effect; makes the vessels elastic; improves blood flow; normalizes microcirculation in peripheral tissues.
Useful properties of chickpea flour Chickpea flour has a unique vitamin-mineral composition, in addition to dietary fiber, which contribute to the normalization of the bowels, it contains saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, which have an invaluable effect on the human body. Chickpea flour is used not only in cooking, cosmetologists have long been aware of the beneficial effects of chickpea masks on mixed and fat-prone skin (calorizer). In adolescence, it helps fight acne. Ground flour is considered the basis of vegetarian cuisine, because it is not only healthy, but also very nutritious. They make various flat cakes from it, add it to the dough for baking bread, thicken sauces, use it in soups and cereals. Chickpea flour is also used as a breading for fish, meat and vegetables, it does not absorb vegetable oil when frying, and the product is obtained with an unusual dry and crispy crust that has a pleasant nutty flavor.
Green buckwheat flour
Green buckwheat flour contains a wide range of vitamins A, E, PP, Group B, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, silicon, fluorine, iodine, etc., as well as a large amount of dietary fiber in the form of pectin, cellulose, and lignin. Useful properties: It has excellent anti-cancer properties. It helps people with obesity and diabetes to lose weight. It is rich in dopamine, acts as a natural antidepressant. It helps the body to absorb and digest food. It has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. ? Dishes of buckwheat flour have a unique, original taste. In combination with wheat flour (50 to 50), you can bake fritters, pancakes, tortillas, bread, dumplings, dumplings, buns. Vegetarians and cheese eaters make raw food cakes from such flour. Try boiling kissel from green buckwheat flour or add to the water (milk) you get an interesting drink.
The product is rich in vitamins C, A, K, B3 and folic acid (vitamin B9). The mineral profile of pumpkin flour includes potassium and manganese, magnesium and phosphorus, iron and calcium, copper, selenium and zinc. Pumpkin seed powder – a valuable source of omega-3 fatty acids (in particular, alpha-linolenic acid, or ALA). The product has anti-allergic, immunostimulating, tonic, anti-cancer, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic and cardiotonic action. For older people suffering from osteoporosis, pumpkin seed powder can be a good addition to treatment. Contains zinc to help maintain bone mineral density at a healthy level. Pumpkin meal anti-inflammatory substances will support those who suffer from arthritis and reduce the risk of kidney stones. It is noteworthy that the therapeutic effect of the product experts equate to the effect of taking drugs like “Indomethacin”. Benefit is also associated with the normalization of hormonal levels, both in men and women. In addition to the obvious benefits for reproductive health, flour has a beneficial effect on mood and general well-being, increases libido. Another useful feature is the ability to speed up metabolism and burn body fat. The presence of high-quality protein with a minimum of fat is ideal for low-carb diets. Pumpkin seeds contain an impressive amount of L-tryptophan – a natural antidepressant that helps maintain a positive attitude and improves sleep quality. Suffering from insomnia? Eat a spoonful of ground seeds before bedtime. Zinc-rich flour will help the younger generation cope with acne and its effects. This natural powder is also useful in irritable bowel syndrome. But with abuse, you can get the opposite effect. Due to the high concentration of natural phytosterols, it is recommended to take the product to the cores. It reduces the level of “bad” cholesterol in the blood and prevents the formation of plaques on the walls of blood vessels. The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry has published the results of research, according to which pumpkin seeds are among the top three in terms of phytosterols. Among other valuable sources of these herbal ingredients are many seeds and nuts. Pumpkin meal will benefit diabetics. In case of diabetes, it is extremely important to control the insulin level. There is no better tool in the fight against worms than pumpkin seeds and flour. After all, they contain cucurbitacin – a unique amino acid that saves people from parasites.
The use of sesame flour is primarily due to the vitamin-mineral composition of the product, which contains a record amount of calcium and other useful compounds of natural origin. Sesame flour can be an excellent natural drug in the treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as the cardiovascular and reproductive system of the human body. In addition, it is scientifically established that sesame flour has a beneficial effect in diseases of the musculoskeletal system, as well as anemia, diseases of the respiratory organs and in dermatitis. Sesame flour is used in the production of bread and bakery products. In addition, sesame flour is included in sauces, mashed soups or sweet confectionery. Due to its distinctive beneficial properties, sesame flour is classified as dietary and at the same time medicinal food, which are an important ingredient in the therapeutic menu.
Spelled flour is an environmentally friendly product, because in its cultivation this crop does not tolerate chemical fertilizers. The heavy-duty coating of spelled grains contains naturally occurring high-quality fiber and virtually all essential amino acids, spelled flour is a source of easily digestible protein and complex carbohydrates, energizing for a long time and giving a feeling of satiety. Vitamin and mineral composition of the product looks impressive, it contains: vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, E, H and PP, as well as mineral substances necessary for the human body: potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper and manganese , iron, phosphorus and sodium. Spelled flour practically does not contain gluten, so it is recommended to use it to those who are allergic to wheat gluten. Spelled flour has a beneficial effect on the nervous and cardiovascular systems, normalizes blood sugar levels, stabilizes weight and strengthens the immune system. The positive effect of spelled flour on the endocrine system and the ability to reduce the risk of developing and developing neoplasms, including malignant ones, is known.
The chemical composition of flax flour makes it very useful for the body product, suitable not only for food, but also as a therapeutic or cosmetic. The use of flax flour is that it contains a lot of vegetable protein, rich in amino acids, including essential. By the number of amino acids, flax flour protein is quite comparable with soy proteins. The amount of protein reaches 50% of the total mass of the product. About 30% are fiber and dietary fiber. The use of flax flour in the preparation of various dishes improves their qualitative composition and is beneficial for digestion and the cardiovascular system. Only 80 grams of flax flour per day provide a daily rate of fiber for an adult. Flax flour Flax flour is a valuable food product obtained as a result of the processing of flax seeds (lat. Línum), a grass plant of the Flax family, an unusually useful plant. Flax flour is produced by grinding and cleaning flaxseed, and the resulting raw materials are then degreased and dried. Degreasing is an important step in the process of making flour, so flour and chopped flaxseed are completely different products. Flour completely lacks such a component of flaxseed as fatty oil, which, with all its beneficial properties, tends to deteriorate rapidly. Therefore, flax flour and products from it are suitable for long-term storage. Composition The chemical composition of flax flour makes it highly useful for the body, suitable not only for nutrition, but also as a therapeutic or cosmetic agent. The use of flax flour is that it contains a lot of vegetable protein, rich in amino acids, including essential. By the number of amino acids, flax flour protein is quite comparable with soy proteins. The amount of protein reaches 50% of the total mass of the product. About 30% are fiber and dietary fiber. Flax flour contains many B vitamins, including thiamine and riboflavin, polyunsaturated fatty acids, bioflavonoids, and phytoestrogens. Of the many micro and macro elements worth noting a significant amount of magnesium, potassium and zinc. Due to the high lignan content, flax flour is a good antioxidant. How useful flax flour Use flax flour in the preparation of various dishes improves their qualitative composition and is beneficial for the digestive system and the cardiovascular system. Only 80 grams of flax flour per day provide a daily rate of fiber for an adult. Flax flour contains a small amount of carbohydrates, and therefore has the ability to reduce the caloric content of dishes, to reduce their glycemic index. It is perfect for diet and baby food. Calorie flax flour – 270 kcal per 100 grams of product. Products made from flax flour are useful for pregnant and lactating women. Due to the content of phytoestrogens, they have a beneficial effect on hormonal balance and women’s health in general. Flax flour does not require long-term heat treatment, so it can be used to make porridge, sauces, casseroles, jelly, fill it with soups, juliens. Linen flour pastry is stored for a long time and does not get stale.
The composition of hemp seed includes a large number of essential amino acids for the human body, as well as vitamins, minerals. The presence of such substances causes the following beneficial properties of this product: Cleansing the body. Regular use of it contributes to the removal of substances harmful to the body – slags, toxins. This is possible because cellulose is present in the composition of the seed, enhancing intestinal motility. Weight loss, prevention of diabetes. Vitamins B1, B3, as well as amino acids – alanine, methionine, isoleucine, etc., which are unaltered components of the hemp seed, are involved in the natural synthesis of insulin, preventing its abrupt release into the blood. In addition, fiber, getting into the stomach, quickly swells, filling the space, creates a feeling of satiety. Therefore, the use of hemp flour prevents overeating and, as a consequence, weight gain. Anti-inflammatory effects. Such flour includes carotenoids, magnesium, zinc, manganese, vitamins C, K, E. These components endow the product with bactericidal properties. Dishes prepared with the addition of this ingredient, getting into the stomach, envelop its mucosa, having a positive effect on the damaged areas of the gastrointestinal tract. There is a huge benefit decoctions from hemp seed or flour from it: they help in the fight against cough, and also contribute to the speedy recovery from diseases of the bronchi. An analgesic effect is also possible. The product is of great benefit for urinary organs, prevents the development of many diseases associated with men’s health, helps with infertility, prostatitis and other disorders of the urinary system.
The composition of this nut includes (based on 100 g): proteins – 16.2 g; fats – 66.8 g; carbohydrates – 10.1 g.
Improves the state of the cardiovascular system. Potassium and calcium, which are in hazelnuts – the main macro elements for the heart. Minerals strengthen the heart muscle, retain the elasticity of blood vessels. In addition, calcium along with sodium takes part in blood formation.
Nuts are very good for muscles. It is no secret to anyone that muscle fibers need protein. And in hazelnuts, it goes well with vitamin E, which has a good effect on the growth and strengthening of muscles.
Strengthens immunity. Due to the fact that hazelnuts contain many vitamins of group E, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and sodium.
Hazelnuts are effective in fighting anemia, as well as recovering from various diseases, injuries and operations. In their nutritional value, these nuts are eight times the milk. Iron, which is in its composition is necessary for the formation of red blood cells. Potassium contributes to the work of the nervous and muscular system.
Cancer Prevention. The composition of hazelnuts contains paclitaxel, a substance that is directly involved in the prevention of oncology. The drug of the same name is used in chemotherapy to suppress the division of cancer cells.
Hazelnuts do not have a lot of carbohydrates, which is why people who suffer from diabetes can safely use it (but in small quantities).
The benefits of hazelnuts for women
For the fair sex, hazelnuts are a real find, because thanks to him:
*hair becomes shiny and fluffy, especially if you make masks from peanut butter and egg yolk;
*activate the production of breast milk, they make it the most useful and nutritious, which is why young mothers are obliged to eat hazelnuts;
*nut oil contains excellent cleansing characteristics. It can be used for acne, abscesses and various skin boils.
*hazelnut helps in the treatment of infertility.
These nuts help get rid of extra pounds, if you use them as snacking or replacing them with the main meal.
To begin, consider the useful qualities:
*Used to improve the immune system.
*Dissolves kidney stones.
*Stimulates the growth of muscle tissue.
*Used to enhance the effect in the treatment of anemia.
*Reduces the risk of varicose veins.
*Fights cardiovascular disease.
*The daily rate of nut consumption is 30 grams.
Recently, hazelnut flour has been used. For example, pasta. Cookies are obtained with a new exquisite and fragrant taste.
Today, quinoa plays an important role in the preparation of a wide variety of dishes – especially the use of this cereal for vegetarian cuisine. It is added to soups, and also fall as a tasty side dish. However, when cooking quinoa you need to follow certain rules. First of all, quinoa croup needs thorough rinsing, which is necessary in order to get rid of the bitter taste. Boil it should not be too long, so that the grains in the cooking process is not limp. In addition, at the end of cooking you need to mix the cereal thoroughly – this will prevent sticking of cooked quinoa.
Quinoa-based flour is considered ideal for baking bread, which is not only extremely fragrant and very tasty, but also quite useful. By the way, noodles and other pasta can be made from it. And a quinoa flour, sugar and water soft drink is very much appreciated – it perfectly quenches thirst.
The benefits of quinoa
First of all, the benefits of quinoa for human health lies in the rich composition of this cereal. It contains a lot of nutrients – carbohydrates, proteins, fats and dietary fiber. There is also a natural vitamin-mineral complex in this plant, which is represented by vitamins of group B, A, E, C, as well as zinc, selenium, manganese, iron, copper, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and sodium.
Most nutritionists claim quinoa’s undoubted benefits for the younger generation, plant food enthusiasts, athletes, and expectant mothers. This is due to the presence in this croup of a large amount of useful vegetable protein. In addition, quinoa is called the most valuable culture among all cereals. Thus, in content of complex carbohydrates, riboflavin, fiber, folic acid, as well as alpha-tocopherol, it is significantly ahead of rice, wheat and barley.